Premier Hotel King David
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- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Concierge desk
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... and asked them what was happening and they told me that all the taxi drivers were told there would be no ship in port today so none of them bothered to come out to the dock. Hmmm smells a little like a rat to me !!
Apparently the security guard had called a taxi or taxis for them … what I wanted to know was if the taxi would take the six of us. I found him and asked him that question and he said that the taxi would be a mini van where ...
... and treat their dog. I avoided, most of the time, the duty of walking off to find dogs, and stuck to dipping dogs in Amitraz (for fleas, ticks, lice and mites), administering Allwormer tablets per so, and injecting infected dogs with Dectomax for mange. We were helped by Ashley and Martha, two pre-vet students from the US who had undertaken this before. And were guided by Dennis and Derek. It was definitely an ...
... it into a garden bed where vegetables and herbs could grow, and hopefully, in due course, end up on their plates for school lunch.
Belinda explained how important it was for those infected or suffering Aids to have 3 healthy meals a day.
It was poignant to notice how matter of fact the subject of Aids was to the children.
But now they were having fun while learning to first fill the shape with cardboard, then hose it down, heap on the compost, cover that with ...
... I also needed to forget saying Siyabonga (thank you) and learn the Xhosa thank you that is "enkosi". Thankfully Tracey knows quite a lot of Xhosa and was able to teach me on the go. The children absorbed our lesson (or should I say Yvette's lesson which she teaches our brain gym grade 1 class) as we taught them signs to go with the English words "look" "in" "here" which we repeated over and over before learning to write it in shaving cream on coloured paper and ...
... Everyone was delighted (a few shouts of ‘at last’), and it was great to have almost fully come out of the closet, so to speak. Niall (Alice’s brother) also popped up to Barnet, and we went out for the much anticipated (14 months of anticipation) curry. I could smell the Arati restaurant from 30m away. It has that lovely tinged wall paper, and delicious flat kingfisher beer(essential ingredients to a good curry house). I ate about 16 poppadoms before the food ...